A very intense-looking female Baltimore Oriole
This male too looks anxious. Was it me?
A Veery mom calling her offspring but they waited until I was gone
A juvenile Eastern Bluebird. It took me a while to figure this out.
A baby Wood Duckling temporarily lost, but its loud contact calls alerted its mother and they were soon reunited.
Such beautiful and meaningful portraits . Lovely to see. The juvenile bluebird is educational as well.ReplyDelete
such cute ones. i like the veery!ReplyDelete
Nice shot of the Veery!! I have difficulty in telling them apart from the Thrushes that are here. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.ReplyDelete
An interesting series of photos.Well worth saving and showing!ReplyDelete
Wonderful group of photos. The duckling is adorable.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos Hilke. I love the female Baltimore Oriole but the Wood Duckling takes the prize for me. I have never been able to get that close to a Wood Duck youngster! They sure are cute!ReplyDelete
I saw several ducklings running in all directions, fast and very hard to keep up with and I almost missed the shot. For a couple of hours I heard loud contact calls coming from all directions until they were reunited with their mother.Delete
Great birds and photos. THe Orioles are beautiful and I love the Veery shot. Happy 4th of July!ReplyDelete
beautiful birds you've shared here; I'd love to see those Oriole's for myself!ReplyDelete
Hi there - nice set of pictures - interesting what you find when you do a bit of "archive mining"!ReplyDelete
Stewart M - Australia
Very nice birds in your archives.ReplyDelete
A beautiful series of photographs! I love them all. Cool captures of the Veery with an insect in her mouth. I'm seeing lots of young Eastern Bluebirds on our property right now. A very nice variety of lovely birds!ReplyDelete
Ohhhh...I love your leftovers!ReplyDelete
Wow, yeah I had no idea that's what young bluebirds looked liked... Very cool!ReplyDelete
Beautiful series of photos.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing these beautiful birds.
What a beautiful bird the Baltimore Oriole isReplyDelete